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tho·rac·ic

 (thə-răs′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or situated in or near the thorax: the thoracic vertebrae; thoracic appendages.

tho·rac′i·cal·ly adv.
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thoracic

(θɔːˈræsɪk)
adj
(Anatomy) of, near, or relating to the thorax
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tho•rac•ic

(θɔˈræs ɪk, θoʊ-)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or involving the thorax.
[1650–60; < Medieval Latin thōrācicus < Greek thōrākikós. See thorax, -ic]
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tho·rac·ic

(thə-răs′ĭk)
Relating to or located in or near the thorax: thoracic vertebrae.
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thoracic

Relating to the chest.
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Adj.1.thoracic - of or relating to the chest or thorax; "pectoral organ"
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Translations

thoracic

[θɔːˈræsɪk] ADJtorácico
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thoracic

adjBrust-, thorakal (spec); thoracic vertebraBrustwirbel m
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thoracic

[θɔːˈræsɪk] adj (Med) → toracico/a
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tho·rac·ic

a. torácico-a, rel. al tórax;
___ cagecaja o pared ___;
___ cavitycavidad ___;
___ contusioncontusión ___;
___ ductconducto ___;
___ drainagedrenaje ___;
___ girdlecintura escapular ___;
___ injuriestraumatismos ___;
___ neoplasmsneoplasmas ___;
___ wallpared ___.
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thoracic

adj torácico
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References in classic literature ?
That's why they go in so easily if you lace tight and squeeze the lungs and heart in the let me see, what was that big word oh, I know thoracic cavity," and Rose beamed with pride as she aired her little bit of knowledge.
It is common extrapulmonary tuberculosis with a high clinical incidence, accounting for about 50% of the causes of pleural effusion.1 Patients with tuberculous pleurisy have high fibrin content in pleural effusion, which is easy to separate and form multilocular effusion deposited in pleura to aggravate pleural inflammation, inhibit the permeability of pleural vessels, induce pleural thickening, encapsulation and adhesion, and lead to dyspnea and pulmonary dysfunction.2,3 The treatment principle of tuberculous pleurisy is thoracic drainage, emptying inflammatory factors and fibrin, and giving necessary anti-tuberculosis drugs.4
We randomly selected 90 adult patients older than 20 years who had a thoracic central venous catheter and another femoral venous catheter in placed, one of which was meant for fluid and nutrition and the other for different purposes like renal replacement therapy or temporary pacemaker.
Neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, and other medical specialists focus on pathologies and surgical techniques and reconstructive strategies exclusive to the thoracic spinal cord and vertebral column.
"As soon as a thoracic aortic aneurysm is discovered, the patient should see a cardiologist with expertise in aortic disease.
In 75% of thoracic disc herniation patients, the affected level is below T8 and is mostly at T11-T12 (5).
Prof Mohammad Rehman, founder of Pakistan Society of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons of Pakistan, will be the chief guest.
Consultant, Chief of Thoracic Medical Oncology (RGCI&RC), Dr.
The new program focuses on the prevention, detection and outpatient treatment of lung cancer and other malignant conditions of the chest and chest wall and is directed by Sai Yendamuri, MD, FACS, Chair and Attending Surgeon for Roswell Park's Department of Thoracic Surgery.
Talking to reporter: here on Sunday, Dr Tauqeer said a large number of deaths occurred due to diagnosis of disease too late while only 20 to 25 Thoracic surgeons were available in Pakistan which was very low number for a population of 220 million.
"Thoracic outlet syndrome&nbsp;is a diagnosis involving the thoracic outlet becoming narrow.
Concerns were raised during consultations about how patients requiring thoracic surgery at Cardiff's major trauma centre could be covered if the proposed thoracic centre is located in Swansea.